Pop Music

Peter Hook soldiers on with New Order music

Uniquely melodic veteran bassist pleased ‘just to be appreciated’

Natasha Bedingfield back on radar with ‘Kick It’

Songwriter stays busy with numerous collaborations

Penelope Isles a fun brother-sister act

Lily and Jack Wolter grew up in unique Isle of Man

Justin Townes Earle looks at downtrodden in ‘Lost Causes’

Songwriter also discussing duets album with his dad

Rubinoos play not far from home

Berkeley-bred pop rockers join forces with SF’s Chuck Prophet

Lucy Dacus tackles fear on ‘Historian’

Indie rocker calls sophomore album ‘hopeful’

Recently reunited Vivian Girls leave the past behind

New album ‘Memory’ marks return to form for beloved rock trio

Michaela Anne takes a risk with ‘Desert Dove’

Songwriter expands country horizons on new album

Tom Speight starts his American journey

Folk rock artist back in action after dealing with health concerns

1015 Folsom looks forward on 30th anniversary

Australia’s Dom Dolla cites influences from SF producers

Gina Harris dreams up a musical memoir

Singer’s show stems from efforts to find comfort after her parents’ deaths

Maisie Peters takes her tunes from pubs to clubs

Young YouTube artist signs with major label

Regrettes’ Lydia Night preaches empowerment

Pop punk band’s second album is ‘How Do You Love’

Rick Wakeman brings his piano and comedy tour to The City

Yes keyboardist covers five-decade career in solo concert

Temples build ‘Hot Motion’ in deluxe studio

Frontman James Bagshaw builds sound space from scratch

Bastille’s ‘Doom Days’ an ‘intimate escapist’ record

Frontman Dan Smith finds inspiration in film

Ingrid Michaelson inspired by ‘Stranger Things’

Songwriter finds solace in nostalgic TV show

Vocalist Abby Weems tells the story of punk’s Potty Mouth

Singer met bandmates at very first practice

HSB acts to check out

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